Designer David Bradshaw drew on his past studies of mathematics and architecture, working Op Art designs onto oversized silk shirts and coats, and pleated, military-inspired shorts. “These designs are meant to play with the eyes,” he said during a walk-through at the brand’s shop on London’s Wigmore Street.

Prints included 3-D drawings of red rings on a white shirt, different sized white tabs for dark coats and a riot of large and small zero shapes for dark shirts and shorts. Some 70 percent of this collection is made up of core basics, such as nylon bomber jackets, cotton shirts, pea coats and Mackintosh-style coats, so the spring addition was small, but punchy.

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